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CSPAN
Dec 9, 2013 9:00pm EST
school.ive in >> could someone ask the second were f regina's question, they both of the same religion 1 as a launching point to talk politics and their phre and th political rise. >> they were always church-goers. his and her faith were important hen they were campaigning for the presidency. hat was again an interesting moment just like women's rights christians more theological christians were fear ing the public's coming out of the self-imposed taking up ad really public life and carter really spoke to them. a lot of them that would later rite hemselves as the new or the christian rite, many of those people voted for carter -- some of of them voted in time they national campaign. at the lly put that campaign.their >> she became a navy wife and about the birth of their son. > he was very active in the submarine program. helped develop things for the navy. sea at lot. there were two sons born while navy. in the jack was born in portsdz smith born in hawaii and jeff was born in connecticut. she had a lot of jobs rape sons because jimmy was not around a lot of the time nd she would run th
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2013 9:00pm EST
jeopardy for nonviolent crimes. language does not include religion or national origin and expressed concerns over the switch from family-based immigration to an economic-based system. . . now imim-- now i implore the house leadership to understand the importance of diversity. that is, racial, ethnic, religious, national and especially economic diversity. the visa equity that must be afforded immigrants from around the globe. if we eliminate country caps, without including other avenues for smaller countries, we are jeopardizing the beautiful mow sake that makes this country unique -- mosaic that makes this country unique and great. excuse me. we must elevate consideration of the safe act, which is a bad idea and a slap in the face to our immigrant history. additionally, we have to have an honest conversation about the relationship between legalization and border security. alloying those who are here -- allowing those who are here a or way to citizenship creating an obstacle course is not the way to go. we will never realize the true potential of this country if anyone in our society
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